As a matter of fact, in our Super Bowl year in 2002 we went to Denver on a four-game losing streak, ... Rod Woodson took an interception back 98 yards for a touchdown and really silenced the crowd. It was like that in Pittsburgh, too, the same year and in Buffalo. The fans were really on us and we went up there and got it done.Napoleon Harris
"Napoleon Bill Harris" is an American politician and former American football linebacker who has been a member of the Illinois Senate representing the 15th district since 2013. The 15th district stretches from Blue Island, Illinois/Blue Island in the north, Calumet City, Illinois/Calumet City in the east, Homewood, Illinois/Homewood in the west, Steger, Illinois/Steger in the south and includes all or parts of Crete, Illinois/Crete-Monee, Illinois/Monee, Dolton, Illinois/Dolton, Flossmoor, Illinois/Flossmoor, Glenwood, Illinois/Glenwood, Thornton, Illinois/Thornton, Markham, Illinois/Markham, Midlothian, Illinois/Midlothian, Oak Forest, Illinois/Oak Forrest, Harvey, Illinois/Harvey, Riverdale, Illinois/Riverdale and South Holland, Illinois/South Holland.
Prior to his service in the Illinois Senate he was a linebacker in the National Football League for a total of seven seasons with the Oakland Raiders, the Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs at various times.More Napoleon Harris on Wikipedia.